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As you are travelling a lot, there’s no doubt you want to save on it. And choosing appropriate credit card application may be difficult and disturbing. But don’t forget about our credit experts, who are always here and ready to help you. Please, don’t hesitate and ask your question.

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Does the Delta card have an annual charge and does it offer an annual companion fly free coupon?

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There are two Delta consumer credit cards and only one of them will get you a companion certificate – the Platinum Delta SkyMiles credit card. This card has an annual fee of $195. The rewards program is pretty standard: it gives 2 ... Continue reading
Which United card gives free baggage, priority seating?

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There are two consumer credit cards offered by United. The first is the United MileagePlus Explorer Card that comes with such travel benefits like first checked bag free and priority boarding. The second card – the United MileagePlus Club Card – has all benefits of the first card and some ... Continue reading
Is there an annual fee for a United Mileageplus awards card?

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The United MileagePlus Explorer Card has a $95 annual fee, which is waived for the first year though. Such annual fee is pretty standard for travel rewards credit cards. The other card, the United MileagePlus Club Card has a $450 annual fee. Such high annual fee implies access to travel perks and ... Continue reading
Bofa denied my application for the Allegiant credit card even though my credit is good and I always pay all my card on time. Is there another credit card that will allow me to earn and redeem miles with Allegiant?

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There are travel credit cards that are not tied to a particular airline and will allow you to earn miles (or points) and redeem them with any airline, including with Allegiant. Continue reading
I was offered to apply for Allegiant credit card when I was flying to Las Vegas but I didn’t apply then. Now I want to apply for the card because I’m going to fly a lot with Allegiant. Also, do you know if the card has an annual fee?

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The Allegiant credit card is available for online application on the airline's website. You can go to the airline's website to review the credit card terms and conditions and to apply. Continue reading
I need a credit card that will allow me to earn miles which I then will be able to redeem with Icelandair. Can you recommend one?

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You can apply for any miles rewards credit card to earn miles and redeem them with Icelandair or any other airline. Continue reading
We are planning a trip to Australia this fall and wanted to apply for a credit card that will give us some miles to use for a ticket with Qantas or maybe other airline. And we wanted to be able to use this card in Australia when make purchases. What can you recommend?

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We would recommend you a travel rewards credit card issued by a major bank. First of all, such card will allow you to earn miles on all your purchases and redeem with any airline of your choice without restrictions. Continue reading
My friend told me Citi has Qantas credit card but I cannot find it. Where can I apply for this card?

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That is true that Citi offers Qantas credit cards. However, these cards are only for Australian residents. If you are not an Australian resident over 18 years old, you won’t be able to get a Qantas card. Continue reading
I live in near Philadelphia and both my children now live in Denver. I plan on visiting them many times in the future. I’m wondering which credit card would be best for me, I normally plan in advance and try to get the best deal on flights. Is it smart to get more than one card as I may travel different airlines depending on the cost. I have excellent credit so am not really concerned about how it will effect my score.

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One travel rewards credit card can be better than several credit cards from different airlines, especially when there is no opportunity to combine miles earned on different airline credit cards. A travel rewards credit card, like the Discover it Miles card, will allow you to earn fixed miles on all your ... Continue reading
I am a member of Saga club and thought it would be good having their credit card as well but their cards have a ridiculous rewards program. Can you recommend me a card that will give me more than one mile per dollar?

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For a co-branded airline credit card, the Icelandair MasterCard has a poor rewards program, indeed. The Icelandair credit card that comes without an annual fee will allow you to earn one point per dollar on Icelandair purchases and only 0.5 points everywhere else. Continue reading

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